Increases and decreases in energy whether accumulating or dispersing occurs according to the Square Law which rates of change are according to ratios or proportion. These rates of change are as seen in the Fibonacci Series of accumulating quantities as also its inverse.
Temperature as an example:
"The temperature of the universe is constant. Any variation of the constant is by a multiplication or division of that constant in direct or inverse universal ratios common to the variations of all dimensions according to whether the dimension is an expansion or a contraction pressure dimension." Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets
"The temperature of the path of light decreases in direct universal ratio, as the distance from its source increases." Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets
"It has heretofore been written that all effects of motion are expressed in seven equal tones of four units.
"The seven tones of the universal constant are consecutively removed, one from the other, the square of the distance to the next highest potential. The energy of each of the four units is exactly equal to that of each of the others.
"1 +, for example, is removed from 2 + by the square of the distance to 3+, which is the next highest potential.
"By a study of the accompanying dimension charts one can readily see that any change in the expansion or contraction dimension of any effect of motion is in either direct ratio or inverse ratio to the square of the distance, area or plane dimensions, or to the cube of the volume dimension.
"All dimensions are pressure dimensions.
"All dimensions simultaneously expand and contract in opposite directions of the same ratio.
- "Expansion pressure is in direct ratio to the square of the distance, area, plane, orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume.
- "Contraction pressure is in inverse ratio to the square of the distance, area, plane, orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume.
- Every mass in the universe occupies a measurable potential position.
"With distance, plane and area dimensions given, any planet or satellite in the solar systern can be measured in all of its dimensions by contracting or expanding the standard units of this planet in universal ratios as a comparison." Russell, The Universal One Chapter XIV
6.8 - Proportionate and Relative Geometries
9.12 - Velocity of Sound and its Propagation Rate are Proportional
12.00 - Reciprocating Proportionality
3.13 - Reciprocals and Proportions of Motions and Substance
13.15 - Principle of Proportion
Figure 6.17 - Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions
Figure 6.19 - Sphere to Cube - Relations and Proportions
Figure 14.10 - Proportionate Tonal Relations dictate Contraction or Expansion
Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials
Table 2 - Controlling Modes and Proportions